Kaite Robidoux is a writer at heart and a lover of art. She has a Master of Arts in Literature and a Master of Fine Arts, she has been a poetry editor, and she taught writing and rhetoric to college freshmen before deciding to turn to law. Kaite’s educational and teaching background provides a strong foundation for conducting in-depth research and drafting poignant legal briefs and clear policies. She is adept at spotting weaknesses in arguments and strives to draft “air tight” briefs that expose fissures in opponents’ arguments.
Kaite’s legal practice focuses in the area of labor and employment law, and she spends the majority of her time drafting arbitration briefs, pleadings, appellate briefs, and everything in between. Kaite is well versed in drafting non-litigation documents such as severance agreements, employee handbooks and policies, and presentations on workplace issues. Her writing expertise is a valuable asset to her clients both in and out of the courtroom.
Kaite also uses her skills as a contributing member of the firm’s Higher Education Team with regard to employment and other matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kaitlin L. Robidoux